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coming back as -- >> you've got to do with less. for what reasons i don't know. >> the f.b.i. was on the ground there a week ago, to get as much information as we can. we need to learn from the information. >> official in charge of all personnel fax silty and operation worldwide is under secretary of state for management patrick f. kennedy, highly regarded ziller is vant who has been in the post since 2007. fox news learned that on the evening of september 12, kennedy privately briefed key house and senate staffers and told them benghazi appeared to be a sophisticated attack that utilized light and heavy weapons. one participant told fox news that kennedy indicated it was fairly complex. not like a protest that got out of hand. >> we don't see at this point signs it was coordinated plan, premedicated attack. >> that narrative was offered four days later. not for another three days at a senior u.s. official stated publicly with under-secretary kennedy told congress privately. >> they were killed in course of terrorist attack on the embassy. >> there was a decision made at that
in arizona. the fbi says that friendly fire likely killed agent nicholas ivie. another agent was wounded in the incident. the fbi says it is investigating what is going on. but it appears that only the two agents were involved in that gunfire. >>> and an extraordinary trial in vatican city ending with a guilty verdict. the former butler to pope benedict xvi was sentenced to 18 months in prison for stealing confidential documents and passing them on. the vatican says the pope will most likely pardon him. >>> and leaders saying this man killed soldiers before defecting, they heard gunshots before the soldier crossed the heavily armed guard between the two countries. thousands defect each year from north korea. >>> and today, the cdc announc d bacterial meningitis cases were found. dr. sanjay gupta explains how the meningitis cases got started. >> dr., we're talking about fungal meningitis. and it is not as common, we're hearing about the bacteria, treated with antibiotics, or the most common, which is viral meningitis. we typically hear about that on college campuses. fungal meningitis can
witnesses? >> i have great regard for the f.b.i. but i don't know how you can do a forensic examination three weeks after the fact when so many people have access to the facility. why did it take them three weeks to get in there? thirdly, why did they leave so quickly? so many unanswered questions about this going all the way back just in terms of 9/11 before going over the last year. now it turns out the more security was requested, it was not provided. the story is coming through the administration. the whole thing with the f.b.i., again i have great respect for them. to wait for three weeks to go in and then go in and out in one day. i know they have locations but how can you have a crime scene investigation when you are not at crime scene. >> gregg: when journalists can recover sensitive documents literally weeks before the f.b.i. even get there, what does that tell you about the obama administration's handling of this? >> i have never seen any more mishandled issue. this involved the lives of americans and security of americans, involves a terrorist attack of americans, every stage
nations the '90s. >>> the fbi now thinks that border patrol agent may have died by friendly fire. nicolas ivey was shot and killed in california. initially officials said ivey and his colleague were wounded after responding to a censor. authorities say the only shell casings found at the scene were those belonging to the agents. >> as you know, investigators are made progress into the investigation into agent ivey's death andre looking into the possibility that it was a tragic accident. the result of friendly fire. the fact is the work of the border patrol is dangerous. all of us wear the uniform know this and yet this special creed of men and women willingly put themselves in harm's way to serve their country and to protect their communities against those who wish to do us harm. >> that news comes as homeland security secretary janet napolitano traveled to arizona to meet with officials and ivey's family. reacting to his death, napolitano said in part "this tragedy reminds us of the risks our men and women confront, the dangers they willingly undertake while protect our facing's borders.
told the judge thursday that the fbi was investigating a credible threat of violence if the posters went up here in d.c. but the judge went ahead and ordered those posters be placed into metro systems and said basically this was a first amendment issue. they say, in any war between civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. support israel, defeat jihad. many say the ads are offensive, because they equate muslims with savages. citing those concerns from the fbi, metro wanted to delay displaying the ads until the protests in the middle east over that innocence of muslims films has subsided. the sponsors sued to have them put up immediately and won. riders have mixed feelings. >> it's discrimination, because it's not right to generalize the jihad terrorists and muslims. >> they should be allowed on free speech grounds, but i think it's irresponsible. >> this is america, it's freedom of speech. >> reporter: a woman was arrested last month in new york after she tried to deface one of the signs there. they went up there on september 24th in new york. the signs are also up on
for a little girl who vanished on her way to school. where fbi agents and police are focusing their investigation. >>> and a deadly meningitis outbreak spreading. why health officials believe thousands of people could be at risk. what you need to know, all "happening now." jon: and a good tuesday morning to you. that means election day is four weeks from today. can you believe that? a big surge for governor romney in the race for the white house to tell you about. i'm jon scott. jenna: hi, everybody, i'm jenna lee. we're getting a look at more brand new polling which shows mr. romney's strong debate performance last week may be resonating with voters. take a look at this. this is thepew poll of likely voters. governor romney now holding a four-point lead over the president. the governor trailed the president by eight points in the previous poll. and among likely women voters governor romney has closed a huge defender -- gender gap with the president. both candidates even at 47%. compare that to the same poll taken in mid-september before the debate. take a look at that gap. go
cautioned the committee that until those three investigations that are underway, state department, fbi and the congressional investigation conclude, that actually you're dealing with an incomplete picture, wolf. >> and the state department now believes, jill, that the 14-minute anti-muslim trailer out there on youtube, that had absolutely nothing to do with the attack on the diplomatic consulate in benghazi despite what the administration was saying in the days that followed. >> reporter: it appears that way, wolf. although i don't think i would put it quite as specifically and concretely as you are. what they're saying is it doesn't appear. that evening they say at the benghazi mission it was quiet. and by implication they're saying there was nothing going on that would lead them to believe there was going to be an attack. again, we're going to have to get the final investigation. but, yes, it appears that they're stepping back from that original explanation. >> jill, thanks very much. jill dougherty at the state department. there's plenty of political bickering going on when it comes
agent. the fbi now thinks he may have died by friendly fire. 30-year-old nicholas ivy was shot and killed this week in arizona. shell casings found at the scene was fired by ivy and another agent who was wounded. >> as you know, investigators have made progress into the investigation into agent ivy's death and are looking into the possibility that it was a tragic accident. the result of friendly fire. >> ivy is the third border patrol agent killed in the line of duty this year. >>> and in colorado, an amber alert has been issued after a 10-year-old girl disappeared on her way to school. this is a picture of her. take a look. the search was delayed because the girl's mother didn't know she was immediately missing. the mother slept through calls from school officials saying she had not arrived. police searched the surrounding area, but so far nothing. >>> the number of cases of fungal meningitis is growing. 47 people have been infected. it was distributed in 23 states, but now has been recalled. five people have died. our chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta has much more
. . >> new details revealed in the death of u.s. border patrol agent nicholas ivie, fbi officials now saying friendly fire was likely to blame near the arizona-mexico border. investigators say they're still looking into the case for definitive answers, meanwhile, homeland security secretary janet napolitano making a trip to nicholas' homes and expressing condolences and joining her on the trip. the border patrol commander says that nicholas ivie died a true hero. >> investigators have made progress into the investigation, into agent ivy's death and are looking into the possibility that it was a tragic accident. the result of friendly fire. i explained to agent ivie's family that if the investigation ultimately reaches that conclusion, it changes none of the facts, that agent ivie gave the ultimate sacrifice and died serving his country. that he died in the line of duty, and will be honored as such for his final act of service. >> certainly, he will be missed. ivie died after he and two other agents responded to an alarm triggered by a sensor aimed at detecting smugglers, another agent was wo
. >> reporter: at roadblocks police and fbi agents are stopping everyone asking questions, searching cars. >> in the last couple of days, weeks, have you heard anything suspicious? >> reporter: cops are saturating the streets knocking on every door. a team of divers was sent to check a lake near jessica's house but found nothing. police are even scanning social media for clues. >> we were hoping that we were going to get anything, just a piece that was really going to steer this investigation and way, and we still are -- it's a very broad investigation. we just don't have that piece yet. >> reporter: jessica left home friday morning to meet up with friends for the walk to school, but the girl with the pink and purple glasses never arrived. her school called home, but her mother, sarah, who works nights and was asleep, missed the call. she woke that afternoon to a nightmare. by the time she called police, jessica had been missing eight hours. investigators are now reviewing recent calls for possible connections. they note that just two weeks ago, jessica's school sent home a letter warning
convey that emotion. and what i felt when i saw it. >> reporter: retired fbi agent brad garrett who questioned malvo after his capture says he's not surprised that malvo is willing to pin much of the terror on mohammad when he wasn't before. the spell is zbon, the whole idea that mohammad was a good person has dissolved. so now what he's doing is stepping forward, taking responsibility, but he's clearly putting mohammad in the picture. >> reporter: mohammad was executed in 2009. josh white, "the post" reporter couldn't get new pictures of malvo. the prison allowed no cameras, writing utensils or anything else. can you tell what you say he looks like now? >> he looks similar to what he looked like before though about ten years older. he's kind of a slate guy. he's not particularly tall. he's not figuratively heavy. his hair was very closely cut. >> reporter: paul rufa, one of the first shot during the spree, says he forgives malvo. >> if i held the same hate today or that i felt in 2002 when he tried to kill me, i would have wasted or just damaged the last -- i would have let him dam
department, the f.b.i. and others have that video. speaking of video, the one in california made by an individual and out there for a period of time also clearly had no direct effect on this attack. >> when i was in libya, good part of the day, never once did a person ever mention a video. never. >> two documents obtained by congressional investigators, we now know that there were at least 230 security related incidents in the year leading up to the attack on the consulate in benghazi. at the hearing today, we heard from lieutenant colonel wood who recently oversaw a military security team in libya. >> it was apparent to me that we were the last flag flying in benghazi. we were the last thing on their target list. >> what we also heard today, a fact that was reported by fox news at thend of september, is that the consulate in benghazi did not meet the specific physical standards mandated by the state department for a posting that is high risk for terrorism and high risk for civil unrest, bill. >> a dangerous country. thank you, reporting in washington. the white house has taken a
and there are these hearings. in the end, the definitive version of the facts will come from the fbi who are responsibility for putting together the prosecution. they will be the keepers of the evidence. but i must tell you the answer on his face fails the common sense test. when you talk to average americans who have no dog in this fight. they say obviously we didn't have adequate security. the terrorists are to blame for the deaths, but we want accountability and we want to understand how can we make sure? the state department are working in dangerous places. how do we assess threats, assign security responsibility? >> the state department said today no amount of sort of the usual security would have been able to deal with dozens of attackers. if it is not possible to protect from the threat that is present, then you shouldn't be there. this is less to me about blame than it is about accountability. >> you don't want this to happen again and there are other facilities that we have that are like this. that's the bottom line here in getting answers for the families. >> jill, i appreciate your reporting tim
. and cameras reveal that and the state department, the f.b.i. and others have thde kif v, t o i fo m by an individual and out there for a period of time also clearly had no direct effect on this attack. >> when i was in libya, good asoveen video.yevncid never. >> two documents obtained by congressional investigators, we now know that there were at least 230 security related incidents in the year leading u to the attack on the cul baz tea t,rd lentond cently oversaw a military security team in libya. >> it was apparent to me that we were the last flag flying in benghazi. tat.ere the last thing on the >>t leaod nethe september, is that the consulate in benghazi did not meet the specific physical standards mandated by the state department for a posting that is high risk for terrorism and high risk for civilnrei ngs cry anu,or i washington. the white house has taken a lot of heat for how it reacted to the attack in libya and how officials characterize the killings. ed henry has that story live from the white house tonight. it sounds like. >> it shifted its or non. >>t'gh se wyo h fm erse
that their firewalls had been breached by the chinese, that they'd been informed of that by the fbi. and so by doing this, chairman rogers simply is able to raise a larger awareness of it. as for the huawei allegation, we'll see. we haven't seen the report yet and the specifics. >> the reason why the issue has been treated with -- this has been going on over the course of a decade at least. it's not just in technology. it's in other areas of business where intellectual property in general is being stolen, allegedly by chinese hackers and chinese corporations. think of how many u.s. companies we talk about who want to make inroads into china and they fear retribution, being locked out of a market, that's a bottom-line fear. when i heard that these companies were being invested and could face some sort of punishment or blocked from entering the u.s. market, i thought immediately, is cisco going to feel the same impact in china? are other companies going to feel the impact of being able to do business in china? >> chinese cyber espionage has only ratcheted up dramatically over the last decade. ten year
this to such a nice little girl. >> this there is someone who knows where he's at, but we need to find him. >> the fbi is vowing not to rest until jessica' killer is caught. the community will come together for a balloon release later in the afternoon to celebrate jessica's life. >>> on to texas, a judge has sentenced a young mother to 99 years in prison for first degree injury to a child. the woman glued her 2-year-old daughter's hands to the wall. then kicked and beat her because she was not potty trained. the prosecutor calls the woman pure evil. she will serve 30 years before she comes up for parole. >>> and this is a first, even for the folks out in los angeles who maybe for this moment, thought they had seen it all. the space shuttle "endeavour" on a slow, two-day trek through cramped city streets. the final destination, the california science center where it will be on permanent display. it has traveled 123 million miles in space. 25 spate flights, l.a.'s mayor calls it a once in a lifetime event. >>> the race for the white house now is heating up with election day just 24 days away. mitt romne
lied to the fbi about payments to brown. prosecutors accepted the lighter sentence in exchange for information into gray's 2010 campaign. >>> now the live desk with break news out of the middle east. >> masked gunmen have killed a u.s. employee of the embassy in yemen. the yemeni man was on his way to work on thursday. the attackers were apparently on a motorcycle and opened fire on a cardozo rig the man who headed an embassy security team. as we get more information we'll pass it along. >>> the dalai lama will visit charlottesville, virginia, to speak about compassionate medical care. he will speak during two events, one which will be held at an outdoor pavilion in downtown. it is part of a larger tour of college towns which wraps up later this month. yesterday he was at the college of william and mary in williamsburg. there he spoke about treating enemies with compassion and the consequences of war. >>> it is 5:51 now on your thursday morning. time for weather and traffic on the 1s. veronica johnson is here with a chilly start to the morning. >> it's not quite cold enough to
focusing today and the fbi is involved as well? is that right? >>. >> reporter: yeah, that's right. the fbi got on board over the weekend. investigators were working overnight and searching. that search continues this morning. bloodhounds are also on the case. investigators say that they are going to once again go door-to-door in westminster. that is the suburb where jessica lives. they're doing this also in superior where that backpack was found. initially cops are asking the school district for help on this. they want to know kids who know jessica or go to school with her heard or seen anything that might appear suspicious of the they are not at that point asking for any additional volunteer searchers. bill? bill: let's hope for the best. skun -- alicia acuna live in colorado. patti ann: search for answers after the deadly attack in libya. congress set to hold hearings into the terrorist attack that killed four americans. subpoenas just went out. lawmakers are especially interested hearing from one man. we'll tell you who it is hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as pa
she was last wearing. the fbi is on the case as well. bloodhounds joined the search over the weekend. in terms of the community i can tell you personally what it's been like here. i live here in westminster. i don't live too are from where jessica disappeared. i've been out and i've seen her face just about everywhere and i'm going to send things back to you right now. jenna: nice to hear a personal perspective on this story as well. alicia, thank you very much. alicia acuna in colorado. meantime we'll run to some other breaking news out of virginia today where we see governor romney. jon: that's right, jenna. governor bob mcdonnell of virginia just finished his introduction. you notice all the white. these are cadets at the virginia military institute, a historic and highly regarded private military college that offers a lot of, feed as lot of officers to our military institutions. vmi in lexington, virginia. governor romney selecting it as the site of his foreign policy speech. let's listen. >> -- fireless -- tireless campaign companion, governor bob mcdonnell. he goes all over the
really won't know, i think, until those reports, the fbi, the state department, and congressional investigations are complete, and the entire picture is clear. that's why you've got this kind of back and forth. >> and, jill, do we think any of that information will come out before the election or essentially people will take a look at the final debate between these two and make up their minds about foreign policy based on that? >> you know, when you look -- i think if you get out of washington and you look at people in the country side, i am not quite sure that all of these fine details are going to make that much difference. i think the overarching thing that could is this charge by mitt romney that the administration has been weak, it didn't, you know, define what should be going on in the world. if you accept that, then perhaps that argument does hold weight, but that, i think, is overarching. if you take the whole speech, it's really has obama been weak, standing back and not really leading, and that's what mitt romney is saying. >> all right. jill dougherty, good to see you.
. an arizona border patrol agent killed earlier this week was likely the victim of friendly fire. the fbi says it appears nicholas ivy and two other agents accidently shot each other while tracing down drug smugglers on the mexican border. one the other agents was also shot but is okay. no arrests have been made and the shooting is still being investigated. >> would you like to face off with an angry stag? [ laughter ] what's going on here? who made that sound? this guy will think twice two battling stags during mating season. >> are they rutting? >> no they are deciding how they are going to mulch this tree. >> reportedly got too close. >> park in london and one of the revved up animals ran after him eventually race chases him up a he tree. that's when onlookers called the police to help the man out. >> they brought the fire department out like a cat up a tree and got him out of the tree. >> the man fell out of the tree. >> man making that noise oddly. >> i would be, too. and oddly enough, our own rick reichmuth is up a tree right now. the annual all american celebration. forrest industry lum
dangerous, volatile and unpredictable things were in libya, as for the investigation on the ground, the fbi says they continue to coordinate with the state department, justice department and the defense department it figure out exactly what happened and who was responsible. but remember that the fbi wasn't able to get boots on the ground there for about three weeks after the raid when they'd already left the country. back to you in new york. >> peter doocy, thank you so much for that update. let's get the rest of your headlines now, we have to tell you about the rare fungal meningitis outbreak, seven time have died and 60 others are sick. it's spread across nine states and latest case ins ohio and minnesota. c.d.c. has linked the outbreak to steroids commonly use today treat back pain and those shots have been recalled and doctors fear that thousands of patients may have been exposed to this fungus. we've been updated now on the terrifying tour bus crash in new jersey and police say 23 people were hurt when the bus overturned on a highway exit ramp in wayne, new jersey. eight of them critic
they are still searching for jessica. in the meantime, the fbi is asking area residents to be on alert, saying a change in someone's behavior and habits could indicate their involvement. >>> in syria, the rebels say they have taken control of a strategic town that links the capital of damascus to aleppo. they claim to have seized an air base. russia is demanding answers after turkey intercepted a suspicious airliner yesterday that reportedly had military communications equipment, jammers and parts of a missile on board. wow. >>> 7:15 now. tucker is back. >> good morning, nice and cool out there. temperatures overnight in the mid-30s across much of the region. >> chilly. >> guess what's coming in later tonight? >> what? >> even colder temperatures. >> you were talking about a frost earlier, right? >> we have a freeze watch. 47 in washington. most of the region here basking in chilly october air. 36 in culpeper. 39 in martinsburg this morning. cumberland, 34. the temperatures overnight getting a chance to bottom out with generally clear skies. off to the north and west cold front approaching. th
fire, not drug smugglers likely killed an arizona border patrol agent this week. the fbi says it appears nicholas ivy and two other agents accidently shot at each other while chasing down drug runners near the mexican border, tuesday. investigators also don't believe the suspect ever fired at the agents. one of the other agents was also shot but is reportedly okay this morning. no arrests have been made his shooting is still being investigated. pope benedict's former butler stealing papers. leaking some to italian journalist. sentenced to 18 months in jail. turned into a scathing book that revealed corruption and scandal inside the vatican. he insisted weighs not a thief and said he leaked the information out of love for the church and the pope. >> the butler did it. >> all right. >> do you want to tell me about this next maneuver. >> my next reaction is ridiculous and unneeded. pullings out serious ninja moves. take a look at the blue shirted guy in the middle of your screen. watch. >> he nailed the guy. >> unnecessary or fabulous. >> he nailed the guy, right? because he is d
with radical islam and a f.b.i. act said do you understand you have a terrorist compound of islamic muslim training about 30 miles from your office, so you better be careful with what you're doing. that's how we became interested. >> steve: i understand a guy who was recruited out of prison to -- and wound up living with the people at the terror training camps who was working with the nypd, came up to you and he goes, look, i got to tell you the story because if people knew what was going on here, they'd be horrified. >> yeah. most people have never heard of it in the united states, a very foreign name. but almost everybody heard of "wall street journal," daniel pearl. and daniel pearl was on his way to investigate the leader of these compounds in america when he was kidnapped and beheaded and dismembered. this book and what ali has to say pretty much tells the rest of daniel pearl's investigation. they've been here over three decades; that they have committed assassinations and murders and kidnapping, that they're involved in gun running and drug running, that their whole goal is purify i
weeks and we just had fbi agents get on the ground there. i think the expectation is that you come out and you call terrorism terrorism. you go after vigorously after those terrorists. there is a distink difference in leading from behind or being app genic or passive about a foreign policy and one who is strong. >> i'm talking about iran and -- be. >> forgive me for interrupting you. >> i hear you -- using an example of syria because again we want to give americans the opportunity to hear directly from governor romney when he gives a speech today. >> it looks like in the excerpts that have been sent -- >> a distinct difference overall. >> he covers libya and egypt and syria. >> yes. >> there's a range. let's talk about iran for a moment. when you actually analyze the candidate's positions if you look at governor romney's position on ir and that red line that as you remember benjamin netanyahu was drawing in his speech and president obama's position they're similar, aren't they identical, really? >> well, soledad, i'm not going to get into the back and forth on foreign policy. i'm not
, there is an investigation under way by the fbi and the state department has launched what it calls an official accountability review board. we do not have the full picture of what actually happened, but there is no question that this is a major tragedy. it is the first time in more than two decades that the u.s. has lost an investor in a situation like this. host: susan glasser is editor in chief at "foreign policy magazine. indiana. chris. independent line. caller: jobs are going to be the most important thing in the election, but foreign policy will be important. as far as governor romney not pointing of the specificity of what he would do differently, i disagree. in his speech he pointed out a lot of things that he would do differently. he strongly backs israel. more money for the military. opposing various things. it was a best contrast to the president. -- vest contrast to the president. as far as foreign policy concerns respecting the election, you know, the president's policies have not seemed to have worked in the middle east. they have gotten worse over there, to me, and i am independ
go sideways, it could go to the white house, the fbi. there are a lot of people and place thaes had to fai places that had to fail for this tragedy to occur. bill: do you think they misled you and the american people? >> absolutely. there is no question as senator corker said, at least by the time that ambassador rice made her outlandish statements at our most important ambassador, ambassador to the u.n. everyone knew it wasn't true. that becomes the real question of why in the world would an ambassador make a statement that was not supported even a few hours after the attack, and certainly wasn't supported a day, two days or in this case five days after the attack. bill: you have three principle players here, you have susan rice, hillary clinton and the president, right? are you suggesting that any of these individuals, or all of them, lied about this? >> well, certainly we are going to get to the bottom of ambassador rice rice' false statement. you have to understand something. the reason i called my committee back during the time when most members are home campaigning is because
and the fbi report. so i'm going to await those -- probably. >> just one point that till seems unclear, do we know that there actually was a gone straight on the streets that day at any time if. >> well, again, i think as you heard reports as of 8:30 at night when the, when ambassador stevens exited the buildingor escorted our guest out or his guest out, there were not any folks outside the building. and then the alarms were sounded by the security officials at about 9:40. whether or not there was a gathering of any size at the gates between 8:30 and 9:40, that's a matter that's still being looked into. we think that, you know, contrary to what we initially thought if there was such a gathering, it was probably relatively modest. but, again, i don't want to get beyond what we know until we have a full picture of the investigation. >> well, wouldn't -- >> sorry, one quick follow-up. if an agent is yelling "attack, attack," sounding the alarms and informing washington what's going on u isn't it pretty self-evident this is more than a spontaneous attack? >> there's no question that at the time t
out from those three investigations. and that is the fbi, congress and also the state department itself. so a lot of this who knew what when may not be clear until after the election wolf. >> after these investigations are wrapped up. jill, thanks very much. john king has been looking into this as well. he's here. this is becoming a big issue out there on the campaign, john isn't it? >> there are significant policy questions. get to the campaign in a second. huge policy questions when the vice president says we did not know, jay carney says it was a personal we, the president and vice president did not know. what the romney campaign says this is a pattern. they say whenever there's something damaging in the administration, the white house washes its hands and says somewhere in the bureaucracy someone else is responsible for that and say the president of the united states is in charge of that bureaucracy, he should take responsibility for it. wants answers democrats and republicans as to why the security requests didn't make their way up the food chain fas
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